More awesome speakers in the space hosted by @wework 🙌please check in at front desk via the guest registration tablet as a guest of Emily Roman when you arrive.
*We will be checking RSVP's at door - if you arrive after 6:30pm, your spot may be released to other waitlisters at door*
6-6:30pm: Mingling, bites, and swag goodies
6:30pm-745pm: Speakers present
7:45pm-9pm: Closeouts, cleanups, and walk over to Randolph Beer around the corner for a quick pour. Feel free to drop by the bar for this portion – OPEN TO ALL!
🍕🍺Food/drinks sponsored by Small Planet – they are hiring!
👩🏽🎓Swag goodies provided by BrainStation http://bit.ly/2UOFUuD
BrainStation is a global leader in digital skills training for both companies and individuals who are interested in learning design, data, product management, digital marketing, and development. They offer certificate courses, events, and corporate training at their learning centers here in NYC, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, and Boston and online.
▶️── 🔈 Opener ──▶️
UX Comedy Monologue Warm Up: Please Let Me Think
by Lee Sachs, Design Consultant
A UX lead permits his comic mind to take over and deconstruct technology for few laughs. Lee is working on a solo show about technology, business and UX and performs around NYC. http://www.leesachs.com
▶️── 🔈 Talk 1 ───▶️
Using First Class UX and Visual Enhancement to Redesign a Mobile App and Improve Employee Productivity
by Soo Yun Kim, Visual UX Designer @ IBM
Smartphones are pervasive in everyday life – smartphone users and the variety of apps continue to grow. See how IBM replaced a problematic hybrid app with a native iOS app that addressed functional limitations and introduced an improved UX/UI.
Soo Yun is working at IBM as a Visual UX designer – engaging in the development of natural user interface technologies in IBM’s native mobile applications across multiple platforms. http://www.sooyundesign.com
▶️── 🔈 Talk 2 ───▶️
Design for No Code Experiences
by Liz Khoo, Lead Product Designer @ Salesforce
No code tools are democratizing app development. This talk will share learnings and a point of view about designing for no code experiences as a platform designer at Salesforce.
Liz Khoo is a digital product designer who has helped shape no code automation products at Salesforce. http://www.LizKhoo.com
▶️── 🔈 Talk 3 ───▶️
Process is Good, Principles are Better
by Ryan Martin, Design Director @ Siberia
With a breadth of options and approaches available to designers, it's impossible to find the 'perfect' process. I'll be reviewing the common principles that drive the success of popular processes and how you can apply those principles to any context, brief or 'process'
Ryan Martin is a design director at Siberia, working with ambitious organizations to explore and define new experiences, technologies and business lines. http://www.siberia.io @ryanmartinux
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